Caught on Camera in Tooting and Battersea
Caught on Camera returns to Eardley Road in Tooting and Ashley Crescent in Battersea this week with fly-tippers who think that they can get away with dumping everything from some black bags to a sofa illegally.
Tooting residents support plan to curb cut through traffic by St George’s
Residents living next door to Tooting’s St George’s Hospital have backed a scheme to prevent motorists using their neighbourhood as a cut through.
Secondary schools inviting parents to open days as part of admissions process for September 2022
Secondary schools across the borough are throwing open their doors to prospective parents and pupils in a series of open days ahead of next month’s deadline to apply for a school place.
Make sure your household details are up to date
The borough’s Electoral Services team has now begun its latest canvass of Wandsworth’s eligible voters so that local people’s voices can be heard in any forthcoming election or referendum.
Work to start on £250k upgrade of Battersea Park’s toddlers and junior playground
Work is scheduled to begin next week on a £250,000 upgrade of the play equipment at Battersea Park’s toddlers and junior playground.
Removal of obsolete phone kiosks welcomed
The borough’s transport and highways spokesman Cllr John Locker has welcomed a commitment by telecoms company BT that it is removing 24 redundant phone kiosks from Wandsworth’s streets.
Caught on Camera is back – help us catch fly-tippers
No one likes a fly-tipper, which is why Wandsworth Council is re-launching its CCTV appeal - back by popular demand - to catch litter louts in the act.